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Caton-Jones drama begins shoot

EXCLUSIVE: Shirley Henderson, Letitia Wright, Isabella Laughland star

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By Mark Adams, chief film critic

Dir: Gabe Ibáñez. Spain. 2014. 109mins

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22-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Dutch director was best known for The Vanishing and River Phoenix’s last film, Dark Blood.

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22-Sep-2014 | By Ian Sandwell

Universal’s animation adds $2.17m (£1.33m) to remain at number one for second straight week, just ahead of eOne’s A Walk Among the Tombstones’ $2.15m (£1.31m) debut.

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France submits Saint Laurent to Oscars

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World premiere of Serena and Cannes Jury Prize winner Mommy set as opening and closing night galas.

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22-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Japanese filmmaker behind Audition and Ichi the Killer to receive Maverick Director Award; As The Gods Will to world premiere in Rome.

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Game Changer Award going to Christoph Krachten, co-founder and President of Mediakraft Networks.

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Altitude to sell zombie horror Wyrmwood

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Altitude Film Entertainment sinks teeth into Australian zombie thriller, which world premieres today.

Belgium enters Dardennes to Oscar race

19-Sep-2014 | By Michael Rosser

The Belgian national selection committee has chosen Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne’s Two Days, One Night to represent Belgium for forthcoming Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

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